Caption: Protests in Egypt, Credit: Common Language Project
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Protests in Egypt 

Friday in Cairo: "Change is Coming"

From: Seattle Globalist
Series: Protests in Egypt
Length: 04:26

On-the ground interview from Friday Jan. 28th with CLP correspondent Nathaniel Greenberg, currently based in Cairo. Read the full description.

Thumb-egypt-protests_image_519_small On-the ground interview from Friday Jan. 28th with CLP correspondent Nathaniel Greenberg, currently based in Cairo. He says, "everybody that I've spoken to is convinced that change is coming."

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Piece Description

On-the ground interview from Friday Jan. 28th with CLP correspondent Nathaniel Greenberg, currently based in Cairo. He says, "everybody that I've spoken to is convinced that change is coming."

Broadcast History

Posted on CLPmag.org

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

The Common Language Project produced this short on-the-ground interview with Nathaniel Greenberg, a researcher based in Cairo, as he hunkered down for the night amid growing unrest in Egypt.

OUTRO:

Alex Stonehill of the Common Language Project interviewed Nathaniel Greenberg. Visit clpmag.org for more from Egypt.

Additional Credits

Nathaniel Greenberg is a doctoral candidate at the University of Washington studying the relationship between art and political change in twentieth century Egypt and Argentina. He is currently based in Cairo.

Related Website

http://clpmag.org/article.php?article=Egypt-Protests-Surge-On_00247